I spent my afternoon perusing through the indie game section of the IOS store, expecting to see a billion stupid word puzzles and match three games, there was one thing that caught my eye, and that thing was a free game called “Framed”.
Framed is a puzzle game in which you are some sort of agent that is escaping from the police with some sort of briefcase. Each level is organized into little cartoon / comic style panels you rearrange them in order to avoid; or in some cases, take out the officers to escape. The premise is hard to convey, and you really have to play it to discover what it is all about. Different panels do different things when in a certain order, and all of them are set up so that they interact differently in a different order...
In the video: I will be reviewing the new PC shooter: Neighborhorde, and analyzing the nostalgia this game gives off.
Game Description: Neighborhorde is a couch co-op shoot-em-up where you and your team of friends use toys as weapons and game-changing superpowers to try to survive the attacks of evil robots and zombie Abe Lincolns.
Made by: ChocolatierGames
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